From IPL Scam to Pornographic case: 4 Major controversies Raj Kundra was involved in!

written by Ritika Nath | July 22, 2021

On the night of July 19, Mumbai Police arrested Raj Kundra. The businessman was accused of being a key figure in a pornographic video racket. He was arrested by the Mumbai Police after they acquired enough evidence against him. Raj and his other assistants were apparently involved in producing pornographic films and streaming them via mobile applications, according to reports. This isn't the first time that Raj Kundra has encountered difficulties. Here's a list of Raj Kundra's controversies:

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Case of IPL Spot Fixing Due to the infamous spot-fixing scam of 2013, the famous cricket league was also under scrutiny, and S.Sreesanth and Ajith Chandila were two names connected with Raj Kundra's team. He went to the Supreme Court and was given a clean bill, but his team was suspended for two years and is now under new management, while Kundra was also barred from holding any cricket-related office for the rest of his life.
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Connections to the Underworld Raj Kundra was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in October 2019, in a case involving business ties with a man named Ranjeet Bindra, who was arrested by Mumbai Police for allegedly serving as a frontman for Dawood Ibrahim's assistant Iqbal Mirchi. The controversy between Raj Kundra and Poonam Pandey Poonam Pandey, an actor, and model filed a lawsuit against Raj Kundra in February 2020, claiming that he had illegally exploited her sexual content from her mobile app. Raj allegedly used Poonam's content after the two's contract ended, according to Poonam. ALSO READ: Afsana Khan-Sidhu Moosewala confirms to collaborate with Salim Merchant for their next Bollywood project!
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Scams involving Bitcoin Raj was summoned and questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in 2018 for an alleged Rs 2000 crore Bitcoin scam. This was brought up because of his alleged ties to Amit Bharadwaj, a businessman, and Vivek Bharadwaj, the directors of GainBitcoin, who had defrauded a number of people. SOURCE: THE TIMES OF INDIA


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